Petition in Delhi High Court challenging upcoming JNU Students Union elections

A petition has been filed in the Delhi High Court challenging the upcoming Jawaharlal Nehru University Students’ Union (JNUSU) elections and a direction to frame appropriate University statutes/regulations/mechanism for conducting JNUSU elections, incorporating the recommendations set out therein. A demand has been made to give. Lyngdoh Commission.

A bench of Justice Sachin Dutta listed the matter for Friday and also asked JNU lawyers to take instructions in the matter.

petitionerA student seeks quashing and quashing of the notification dated 30.01.2024 inviting students of selected organizations for a meeting, the notification dated 16.02.2024 in which two students – Aishi Ghosh and Mohammed Danish have been invited to the EC and the notification Has been authorized to conduct GBM for construction. Dated 06.03.2024, List of EC Members along with Chairman Election Committee (CEC) of the Election Commission for JNUSU Elections 2023-24 notified.

Petitioner Sakhi has sought a direction to conduct the new GBM strictly as per the conditions specified in the Lyngdoh Committee report as accepted and amended by the Supreme Court so as to ensure sanctity and trust. JNUSU elections.

The petition alleges that the conduct of the respondent in notifying the JNUSU Elections 2023-24 in the last days of the academic session is nothing but a sham and mockery of the democratic process, aimed at placating a certain group and thereby The objective is not accomplished.

The petition states that the impugned notifications seek to sanctify the flawed and unfair process adopted for notifying and conducting the JNUSU Elections 2023-24 including the selection of the EC and is mala fide, unfair, arbitrary and illegal and hence it is quashed. Should be cancelled. Reading.

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